Centre for Food Policy
Among many aspects in the global food system, Natalie is specifically interested in access to healthy food in urban areas for different populations and how this links to public health, short food supply chains, and environmental impacts of the food system, linking agriculture, nutrition and health.
Her PhD research at the Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London, focuses on urban food governance and issues of equity in short food supply chains in the UK.
Natalie completed a BSc and MSc in Clinical Molecular Science at Maastricht University, Netherlands, and an MSc in Global Health and Development at UCL, UK. She then gained experience in the area of global health through work in maternal and child health in Nepal and her work at the International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Brighton, UK. Before starting her PhD in 2016, she worked at the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) in Frankfurt, Germany.